Mercer Law School

2007 Vol. 58, No. 2

Articles Edition

Lawyers and Prophetic Justice
Timothy W. Floyd
Page 513
Hush, Little Baby, Don't Say a Word: How Seeking the "Best Interests of the Child" Fostered a Lack of Accountability in Georgia's Juvenile Courts
Sarah Gerwig-Moore and Leigh S. Schrope
Page 531
Crawford v. Washington and Davis v. Washington's Originalism: Historical Arguments Showing Child Abuse Victims' Statements to Physicians are Nontestimonial and Admissible as an Exception to the Confrontation Clause
Tom Harbison
Page 569
Coalitions and Collective Memories: A Search for Common Ground
Ediberto Roman
Page 637
Retelling the Darkest Story: Mystery, Suspense, and Detectives in a Brief Written on Behalf of a Condemned Inmate
Philip N. Meyer
Page 665
Involuntary Commitment of People with Mental Retardation: Ensuring All of Georgia's Citizens Receive Adequate Procedural Due Process
Laura W. Harper
Page 711
Commission Control: The Court's Narrow Holding in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld Spurred Congressional Action But Left Many Questions Unanswered. So What Happens Now?
Thomas M. Gore
Page 741
Definitely Not Harmless: The Supreme Court Holds that the Erroneous Disqualification of Retained Counsel Warrants Automatic Reversal in United States v. Gonzalez-Lopez
James A. Robson
Page 763
Hey Officer, Didn't Someone Teach You to Knock? The Supreme Court Says No Exclusion of Evidence for Knock-and-Announce Violations in Hudson v. Michigan
David Carn
Page 779
Keeping the Government Away from Medicaid Recipients' Pocketbook: Protecting the Medicaid Recipients' Rights to Proceeds of Third-Party Settlements in Arkansas Department of Health & Human Services v. Ahlborn
Sean Sandison
Page 799
King Solomon: Did the Supreme Court Make a Wise Decision in Upholding the Solomon Amendment in Rumsfeld v. Forum for Academic & Institutional Rights, Inc.?
Brook Bristow
Page 815

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